What is a Sprint?2:26 with Matt Anthes-Washburn
The Sprint is the basic unit of work for a Scrum team, and it may be the feature of Scrum that most differentiates it from other Agile models. A sprint is a single iteration carried out by a team.
Sprint Product: The outcome of a sprint is “potentially shippable product,” or working software that has the potential to be shipped to the customer.
Time Box: Once begun, the team is committed to spending exactly the allotted time on the sprint.
Cadence: When team has a consistent sprint length, they develop a rhythm or cadence to their work.
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